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Gustav Mahler's Grave

Vienna, 19th District, Grinzing Cemetery
Gustav Mahler's Grave

Mahler was buried here. (After his death, the body of his daughter, Maria, who died in 1907, was moved here from Maiernigg.) Gravestone by Joseph Hoffmann. In the adjoining row are the gravestones of Alma Mahler-Werfel (died 1964) and her daughter Manon Gropius (died 1935, the "Angel" of Alban Berg's violin concerto).

Mahler's sister Justine and her husband Arnold Rosé were also buried in the Grinzing Cemetery. The name of their daughter, Alma Rosé, who died of food poisoning or possibly typhus in Auschwitz, is also on the gravestone.

Grinzing Cemetery

Map kindly supplied by the
Magistrate of the city of Vienna, Department 43
Grabmal, Alma Mahler-Werfel und Manon Gropius
The grave of Alma Mahler-Werfel
and Manon Gropius
Grabmal, Arnold, Justine und Alma Rosé
The grave of Justine Mahler-Rosé,
Arnold Rosé and
their daughter Alma Rosé

Opening Hours

November 3 – February 28/29: 8 AM – 5 PM
March, and October 1 – November 2: 7 AM – 6 PM
April – September: 7 AM – 7 PM
On Thursdays from May until August the main gate closes at 8 PM

Gates other than the main gate may be opened up to an hour later
(and closed up to an hour earlier) than the times shown here.

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